Sheraton Hotel Jeddah

Address: North Corniche, Al Kurnaysh Rd, Ash Shati, Jeddah, \N, Saudi Arabia | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel is located on North Corniche, Al Kurnaysh Rd, Ash Shati, Jeddah.
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          Travel Blogs from Jeddah

          One year anniversary

          A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Jun 25, 2015

          ... along.

          Only a couple of months to go and I won't be sad to go home to Australia and get ready for another adventure, I have not found anything that resonates with me as a person over here. Even Qatar, Bahrain, Dubai they are not places that I will be dreaming about or trying to fit in a quick trip to like Vietnam.

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          KSA CHRONICLE II

          A travel blog entry by divyankur on Jun 20, 2015

          ... But it was not because there was none, nut I was too lazy. Got lunch delivered in my room, which is apparently a rare sight. Many people discouraged me not to come during ramadan, but I thought to myself that how bad can it be. And it was not bad, at all. It is an occasion in muslim calendar and I embraced it. I think the idea behind ramadan is to pray to god and decrease cholesterol. Since a lot of red meat is eaten in this part of the world. Which somehow is not ...

          The Search for the Lost Fountain of Dammam

          A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Feb 26, 2015

          21 photos

          ... as they came up they would do one of two things; 1. Sit six inches from your bumper until you moved over or  2. take to the shoulder which was only half a lane and force you over. Add to this the blowing sand and high winds-not the most fun drive we've taken. The highway passed through the sand dunes which made for beautiful views. There were red dunes and white dunes. Because of the winds on the way there the roads were drifted with sand, similar to the way ...

          Saudi Arabia ...?

          A travel blog entry by amyclaridge23 on Mar 31, 2014

          2 photos

          ... and I felt less good. But still. After a years worth of flights it was bound to happen. I just love that they didn't bother trying to pronounce my surname (that or they guessed (probably correctly) that there weren't any other Amy's around ...). Boarded and the flight process continued as normal. I watched some hilarious 'Talavision' cartoon set in Dubai with some random British old lady in it called Margaret who kept going on ...

          Day Dreaming of Nightmares

          A travel blog entry by morpheous on Mar 31, 2012

          ... Columbia winter bite. It was a good moment, one that I indeed should never forget. Then out of nowhere our fledgling romance was ripped apart as a guy grabbed me and pulled me away from her and the wall she was leaning up against. From a moment of pure chemical love I now found myself in a particular situation that I remember with precise clarity even though I was slightly drunk on whiskey. Not the kind of drunk that makes your speech slur ...